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, especially world war ii, and then on up to the civil rights movement to get where we should be. wants people she of courage, i can tell you personally my skin has gotten much, much thicker, but it still hurts a little bit when people that did not have my scores to get in school call me a moron and these ridiculous names and load up the internet with ridiculous allegations that are not true at all. so, that is not necessarily courage, not the kind that the great heroes of america had, but it is a confidence in knowing who i am and knowing where this country needs to be if it will continue for another 100 years. host: dolores, massachusetts. independent caller. caller: good morning. guest: good morning. caller: my question is regarding immigration. -- it seems like immigration problems, once people come here illegally, they not only get the benefits -- and i understand why they are coming, to benefit their family , but some of them are coming to destroy america as we once knew it -- our traditions, our religions, whatever. they are not just coming from mexico. they are coming from all over the
across the region will never be realized if there human rights are denied or ignored. there and elsewhere, governments continue to restrict civil society. they suppress dissent, and they stifle free expression. religious minorities find themselves in prison for violating blasphemy laws. online activists are shut down for criticizing their government, or shining light on corruption, or just trying to speak out and express their views about a different future. lgbt communities are marginalized or criminalized. women and girls are being targeted through rape as a weapon of war, and being attacked for the simple act of going to scool' ging scol. these tactics are as intolerable as they are shortsighted. they hold countries back, they create instability, they divide societies, and they set off cycles of retribution. so anywhere that human rights are under threat, the united states will proudly stand up, unabashedly, and continue to promote greater freedom, greater openness and greater opportunity for all people. and that means speaking up when those rights are imperiled. it means providing sup
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